Sociologists are seeing an increase in activity as election day approaches.

"According to polls, nearly 80% of respondents plan to vote, 55.3% of respondents have decided they will definitely vote and 22.1% will more likely vote than not," said the First Deputy Director of the Center for Information and Marketing Research Hennadiy Lukiv.

He believes increased voter turnout is the result of the fact that almost all presidential candidates are urging voters to come to the polls and vote.

According to Lukiv, voter turnout figures grew by 11.2% in comparison with a similar poll held on December 11.

The Center for Information and Marketing Research conducted a poll on 21-25 December of 2,150 individuals in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, all regions of Ukraine and Kyiv. The sampling error is 2.8%.

Ukraine will hold presidential elections on January 17, 2010.

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